The Directorate General of Health Services for the South East were represented at the hospital in Sur Reference in collaboration with the Omani Society for Diabetes yesterday, “the conference diabetes X Diabetes and Endocrinology” under the patronage of HE Sheikh Ali Bin Ahmed Al Shamsi, to photos with a select group of consultants and specialists.
He said Mohammed bin Khamis Persian Director General Directorate General of Health Services in the South East that diabetes is one of the non-communicable diseases that have a strong impact on the health and productivity of the society, stressing that the Sultanate, represented by the Ministry of Health has been and continues to pay special attention to combating and community awareness of the disease, indicating to that found in the South East is approaching from 4500 patients with diabetes registered with the national registry for patients with diabetes, according to the statistics of 2009.
At the conclusion of the conference, to sponsor appropriate and photos honoring the lecturers and participants and sponsoring companies.
The program included the first day of the Conference to eight working papers about the history of diabetes and the latest methods in dealing with the increase in the proportion of fat in the body and related to obesity in children and its relationship to diabetes and emergencies in endocrine diseases, pregnancy and endocrine abnormalities.
The conference program on Thursday to six working papers on the injuries, diabetes and insulin treatment of diabetes and how the regulatory and insulin injections and thyroid disorders in primary health care clinics and the dimensions of lack of control blood pressure.
The aim of the conference, which lasts for two days to the definition of disease
Diabetes and Endocrinology and spread in the Sultanate for adults and children and raising awareness about diabetes and how to treat symptoms and complications associated with it and what medical and discuss the latest developments related to Wim diagnosis and follow-up.
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